The subareas 23-4, to 23-6, and 23-10 are open to manila clams, littleneck...
News and events
Today, Executive Council has made a decision to provide a gift of $250 to each Huu-ay-aht Citizen. Cheques will be mailed on Tuesday, December 13, 2016. This gift is made possible thanks to the successful business operations on our Ḥaw̓iiḥ ḥahuułi. We wish you a wonderful holiday season.
Huu-ay-aht First Nations is looking forward to meeting with you in the new year. We would like to make our Community Engagement Sessions better, and so we want to hear from you. Please take a bit of time to fill out the survey we have created. What’s in it for you? Well in addition to […]
Huu-ay-aht Declares Support for Trudeau Government Leadership on Economy, Environment and First Nations Reconciliation
Thursday, the Huu-ay-aht First Nations declared its support for the Trudeau government’s leadership on the economy, environment, and long-term reconciliation with First Nations. One year into its term, Trudeau’s government has had to make some tough decisions in advance of longer-term reconciliation with First Nations being achieved. As a coastal community potentially impacted by these […]
Highway 4 west of Port Alberni is currently closed. A detour is in place on McCoy Lake Road/Stirling Arm/Faber Road due to flooding. Expect approximately 20 minute delays. For up-to-date information, go to http://www.acrd.bc.ca/ the most recent press release is attached: ACRD press release –november-9-2016 Flood Warning: Somass River (Upgraded) Flood Watch: Salmon River near […]